We are passionate about human rights.
Our vision is to help enable people of all ages & abilities to explore and experience everything that life has to offer.
Our team at Can Support will help guide you through the ups and downs of the NDIS, working alongside you to achieve your goals and aspirations.
What are our Values?
We are accountable to the needs and wishes of our participants, which is at the centre of what we do. We embrace our roles and responsibilities, and the trust that our participants hold with us to support them, by delivering our services at the highest standard. We uphold NDIS processes and procedures to ensure safety of our staff and participants, stop fraudulent activity, criminal behaviour, or the inappropriate or unauthorised use of Can Support resources.
Honesty and transparency are crucial to developing the trust-based relationships with our participants. Our commitment is to support people with compassion and respect, and to deliver on the expectations of our participants. At Can Support we display a high standard of professionalism, take pride in our work and uphold the responsibility to act in a way that enhances the reputation of Can Support.
We always behave in a respectful manner and treat others with dignity. We are respectful of diversity, needs, privacy and personal space. We value and acknowledge the opinions and contributions of our colleagues and participants. We do not exploit the people we assist, including children and other vulnerable people, in any way.
Ary Babazadeh Director
Hello (: I’d like to tell you a little bit about my personality and hopefully will get to know more about you! I am a self-motivated, adaptable and responsible worker. I thrive in fast paced, challenging environments and deliver results when under pressure. I am open minded and would like to continue learning from other people. I have a Bachelor degree in Health and Movement, and have worked in various roles and leadership positions in the community and disability services sector in Sydney since 2014.
Hi, my name is Rebecca and I previously worked as a Local Area Coordinator for the NDIS for three years. Prior to that, I graduated from University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Arts (Social Policy, Government and International Relations) which developed my knowledge of government processes and services. My key strengths are in communication and paying attention to details. I have a genuine, caring personality and would love to learn more about you and how we can help.
Izabela Support Coordinator
"Hi! My name is Izabela and I am a Support Coordinator at Can Support. I have been working in the disability sector for three years as a support worker and support coordinator. I enjoy working in the disability industry as I love helping people, advocating for others and supporting them through difficulties. I take on tasks with an organised, positive attitude and pride myself on my ability to be understanding and compassionate. I look forward to supporting you along your NDIS journey."
How did Ary start working in the NDIS?
Due to my experience of having multiple family members living with a disability, I wanted to contribute to a more inclusive society. When the NDIS rolled out in 2016, I joined the Local Area Coordination (LAC) program, and have been learning and navigating the changes along the NDIS journey since! Within the LAC program, I moved into a managerial position until May 2020, and then moved into the NDIS service provider space. I therefore have a unique understanding of all perspectives, from the participants, to the NDIS planning, and the service providers. Collectively we have learnt so much about various disabilities, available supports, and the possibilities that can be offered by the NDIS, therefore we are all contributing to what the NDIS has become and how it will continue to evolve.